Cam Cameron is a good one Dan Leberfeld

Cam Cameron is going to interview with the Jets for their offensive coordinator job, according Manish Mehta.

He might be an average head coach, but he’s a talented offensive coordinator.

In his 10 seasons as an NFL offensive coordinator, first in San Diego (2002-2006), and then in Baltimore (2008-2012), those teams had a 100-57 record in the regular season.

QB Phillip Rivers made the Pro Bowl in his first year as a starter under Cameron’s direction in San Diego.

QB Drew Brees made a Pro Bowl in his third season under the tutelage of Cameron, also in San Diego.

Under Cameron in Baltimore, QB Joe Flacco won 44 games in his first four season, the most ever by a quarterback in that time-frame.

True Cameron was fired by Baltimore after Week 14 this season, but that was a knee-jerk moved made by an owner.

Cameron shouldn’t be judged harshly by this move.

He is an excellent candidate for the Jets’ offensive coordinator spot.